Karen Gibbs

 
Anthropomorphic Shark in punk outfit leaning against jukebox.
Pin-up girl in space leaning against a planet.
Girl with pink hair blowing bubble of bubblegum on Playboy magazine cover.
Car coming over a hill in vaporware aesthetic with gradient of purple, pink and orange.
Siren looking over surface of water surrounded in blood.
Pixel art of a couple looking at the sunset on a old style gaming console.
Man floating in space surrounded by different open and closed doors.
Girl on rollerblades in Venice Beach, California.
Skull wearing a hood with a smiley face in left eye.
Partially hidden barracuda with sharp teeth looking through kelp.
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Karen Gibbs

I am a concept artist and illustrator based in Los Angeles, focused on making pieces that inspire and entice. I make a broad variety of work that ranges from cute and simplistic to thought-provoking and complex. I am inspired by video-games, film, and the ocean. 
 

This is a self-interpretation of a single album cover for the 80s song, “Juke Box Hero” by Foreigner. Made with Procreate and Photoshop.
 

This is a self-interpretation of a single album cover for the 80s song, “Juke Box Hero” by Foreigner. Made with Procreate and Photoshop.
 

This is a self-interpretation of a single album cover for the 80s song, “Centerfold” by The J. Geils Band. Made with Procreate and Photoshop.
 

This is a self-interpretation of a single album cover for the 80s song, “Love Shack” by The B-52’s. Made with Procreate and Photoshop.
 

This is a self-interpretation of a single album cover for the 80s song, “Maneater” by Daryl Hall & John Oates. Made with Procreate and Photoshop.
 

This is a self-interpretation of a single album cover for the 80s song, “Your Love” by The Outfield. Made with Procreate and Photoshop.
 

This is a self-interpretation of a single album cover for the 80s song, “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” by Tears for Fears. Made with Procreate and Photoshop.
 

This is a self-interpretation of a single album cover for the 80s song, “We Built this City” by Starship. Made with Procreate and Photoshop.
 

This is a self-interpretation of a single album cover for the 80s song, “(Don’t Fear) The Reaper” by Blue Oyster Cult. Made with Procreate and Photoshop.
 

This is a self-interpretation of a single album cover for the 80s song, “Barracuda" by Heart. Made with Procreate and Photoshop.